You may have noticed a few changes around the neighborhood over the last several months. Have you noticed a few new storefronts or some of your favorite merchants in new locations? From galleries, to restaurants and boutiques we’ve seen a little shuffle and you are going to want to explore these changes to Historic Park City.
Welcome to the Neighborhood
With a longtime location in the Iron Horse District of Park City, Julie Nester Gallery has opened a pop-up location at 260 Main Street. Stop by this temporary location through September for a well-rounded mix of art styles including figurative, abstract and landscape. Hurry, September will be here before we know it.
We are excited to welcome yet another longtime Park City gallery to Main Street with the addition of the McMillen Fine Art Photography Gallery to 511 Main Street. The McMillen’s have had a gallery in the Kimball Junction area of Park City for many years, and recently opened McMillen II in our charming Historic District. The photography gallery features the limited edition landscape photographs of award winning photographers Jared and Trish McMillen. Stop by for a closer look at their work and perhaps even a bit of insight into their process.
Directly across from the Park City Transit Center at 136 Heber Avenue you’ll find Handle, a fresh new approach to Park City’s dining scene. Chef Briar Handly ran the kitchen at the highly regarded Talisker on Main for many years. We are very excited to see what Briar and team have up their chef’s coats with this new spot and highly recommend you get in while you can! We expect Handle to quickly become one of the top Park City restaurants.
A Little Shuffle
Cake Boutique originally opened in Park City in 2008. You can learn more about owner Katie Hammond and the Cake Boutique in our recent Meet the Merchant coverage of the boutique. We certainly recommend taking a moment to peruse Cake’s new spacious location at 577 Main Street for even more of the lovely women’s clothing you have come to love!
Main Street has been home to Terzian Galleries since 2004. Currently located on upper Main Street, Terzian Gallery will be moving down the street to 625 Main Street in September. Expect the same contemporary spin in this new location.
If you haven't been to Historic Park City in a few months, we suggest spending some time in the new neigborhood. Stop by a few of these new locations or visit your old favorites.